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The Vergecast will be live today at 4:30PM ET, with a science takeover

The Vergecast will be live today at 4:30PM ET, with a science takeover

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Revenge of the nerds

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Hello, friends! This week, to celebrate the Super Blood Moon, the coven that is the Verge's science desk has taken over The Vergecast. Though Arielle, Loren, and I have been encouraged not to bring our broomsticks or grimoires, we will be talking about NASA, how the US government decides on nutritional guidelines, and — inevitably, as I will be on — cats. Also: the Pope is in New York today. No one has seen me and the Pope in the same place at the same time. Am I the Pope? Tune in to find out.

We'll be live at our regular time today — 4:30PM ET / 1:30PM PT / 8:30PM GMT. You can watch via the Livestream embed above. And if you miss the live show, you can always watch the replay (using the embed above) or download the audio version on iTunes. And speaking of iTunes, be sure to rate us five stars if you enjoyed the show. We'll do our best to make sure you do.

One final note: be sure to listen to our brand new podcast, called Verge ESP, which blurs the lines between science and entertainment, as well as What's Tech?, which explains technology in layman's terms.